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Where can I buy that jersey?

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Where can I buy that jersey?

From anyone selling it :sneaky: :taunt:

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Nigeria V Argentina . The best match in the same tournament.


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Nigeria V Argentina . The best match in the same tournament.


Kai, this was in the days when we were Nigeria and were known for our attacking football. See constant pressure and attack from our men. :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 20, 2018 1:36 pm 
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Boy oh boy
I get chills again watching this squad
Talk about a TEAM

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Boy oh boy
I get chills again watching this squad
Talk about a TEAM
I tell you!
These guys were so confident.
Fearless.
I don't think we fully appreciated them at the time.

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Damunk wrote:
Baii wrote:
Boy oh boy
I get chills again watching this squad
Talk about a TEAM
I tell you!
These guys were so confident.
Fearless.
I don't think we fully appreciated them at the time.



YEAH! TOP CLASS TEAM!!!

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That's the generation that some CE clowns were calling overrated. Their glaring confidence alone tells you the whole story.

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That's the generation that some CE clowns were calling overrated. Their glaring confidence alone tells you the whole story.


:clap: :clap: :clap:

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Was there a beef between Amokachi and Oliseh? I can see them avoiding each other strenuously in the clip.

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Was there a beef between Amokachi and Oliseh? I can see them avoiding each other strenuously in the clip.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Who did Oliseh not have a beef with at any given time? :mrgreen:

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Was there a beef between Amokachi and Oliseh? I can see them avoiding each other strenuously in the clip.

I was in the team that went for this competittion....there was no beef between the two. Sunny came in from Italy for this particular match and left same night after the match.

There was a lot of shenanigans going.on the camp prior to the Japan game over money and we were about to boycott the Japan match which was the.first match.

I will post my diary of the tournament which i did for complete sports later.
But Oliseh ruffled a lot of peoples feather...we had been.having series of meetings where it appeared the NFA at the tine did not want to pay matxh bonus, sayibg that the team should share the winning fee of we win the cup..as of that was guaranteed. On top of that the body was trying to be funny with the World Cup money fron US94 which the team was yet to receive.

Oliseh breezed in on the day of match,i think he came the night before, but attended what was about the third meeting where the team had given.the board its terms and ultimatum. But when.Oliseh breezed in and was told what was going on...he retorted , everyone must be stupid to still be attending this meeting....he lambasted everyone for being mugus. I remember late Uche Okafor turned to me and said Bolaji, can you hear what that small boy just said.....rubbishing everything the team has tried to achieve through the meetings.

It was not a beef per se because the likes of Oliseh, Amo, JJ, Ikpeba were in the yoing yuppie group, they all tend to hang togethee. They were the new breed in europe who had solid contracts with massive earning power and could bow stand up to the likes of Keshi. There was a kibe between these two groups.

Amo was a quiet and kind of aloof person, most of the time he was with JJ, both were paired together as room mates. Oliseh stayed for about 24hrs in the camp and was gone to honor his club engagement.

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oloye wrote:
DIMKA76 wrote:
Was there a beef between Amokachi and Oliseh? I can see them avoiding each other strenuously in the clip.

I was in the team that went for this competittion....there was no beef between the two. Sunny came in from Italy for this particular match and left same night after the match.

There was a lot of shenanigans going.on the camp prior to the Japan game over money and we were about to boycott the Japan match which was the.first match.

I will post my diary of the tournament which i did for complete sports later.
But Oliseh ruffled a lot of peoples feather...we had been.having series of meetings where it appeared the NFA at the tine did not want to pay matxh bonus, sayibg that the team should share the winning fee of we win the cup..as of that was guaranteed. On top of that the body was trying to be funny with the World Cup money fron US94 which the team was yet to receive.

Oliseh breezed in on the day of match,i think he came the night before, but attended what was about the third meeting where the team had given.the board its terms and ultimatum. But when.Oliseh breezed in and was told what was going on...he retorted , everyone must be stupid to still be attending this meeting....he lambasted everyone for being mugus. I remember late Uche Okafor turned to me and said Bolaji, can you hear what that small boy just said.....rubbishing everything the team has tried to achieve through the meetings.

It was not a beef per se because the likes of Oliseh, Amo, JJ, Ikpeba were in the yoing yuppie group, they all tend to hang togethee. They were the new breed in europe who had solid contracts with massive earning power and could bow stand up to the likes of Keshi. There was a kibe between these two groups.

Amo was a quiet and kind of aloof person, most of the time he was with JJ, both were paired together as room mates. Oliseh stayed for about 24hrs in the camp and was gone to honor his club engagement.


Did you guys ever have words for Okocha for aiming for the sky when shooting? Player that impressed me in this tournament was Siasia. Was it the Argie game we lost on PKs? I remember Amunike and Okocha missing their penalties. One of my close friends Obi screamed (at his TV) at Amunike, "na your pikin dey for post"? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Can remember that game against japan on eurosport, there was a move against japanese player, okocha killed some high ball with his 1st touch, i mean the way he brought that ball down, the japanese player was lost!

Okocha, easily Nigeria most gifted player ever! Nobody comes close

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oloye wrote:
DIMKA76 wrote:
Was there a beef between Amokachi and Oliseh? I can see them avoiding each other strenuously in the clip.

I was in the team that went for this competittion....there was no beef between the two. Sunny came in from Italy for this particular match and left same night after the match.

There was a lot of shenanigans going.on the camp prior to the Japan game over money and we were about to boycott the Japan match which was the.first match.

I will post my diary of the tournament which i did for complete sports later.
But Oliseh ruffled a lot of peoples feather...we had been.having series of meetings where it appeared the NFA at the tine did not want to pay matxh bonus, sayibg that the team should share the winning fee of we win the cup..as of that was guaranteed. On top of that the body was trying to be funny with the World Cup money fron US94 which the team was yet to receive.

Oliseh breezed in on the day of match,i think he came the night before, but attended what was about the third meeting where the team had given.the board its terms and ultimatum. But when.Oliseh breezed in and was told what was going on...he retorted , everyone must be stupid to still be attending this meeting....he lambasted everyone for being mugus. I remember late Uche Okafor turned to me and said Bolaji, can you hear what that small boy just said.....rubbishing everything the team has tried to achieve through the meetings.

It was not a beef per se because the likes of Oliseh, Amo, JJ, Ikpeba were in the yoing yuppie group, they all tend to hang togethee. They were the new breed in europe who had solid contracts with massive earning power and could bow stand up to the likes of Keshi. There was a kibe between these two groups.

Amo was a quiet and kind of aloof person, most of the time he was with JJ, both were paired together as room mates. Oliseh stayed for about 24hrs in the camp and was gone to honor his club engagement.


Oloye,

Thanks for the inside gist. Oliseh is exactly who he is and reports paint an accurate characterization of his personality. Several journalists who are close to the camp when he was a player as well as when he was SE coach affirm those characterizations.

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
oloye wrote:
DIMKA76 wrote:
Was there a beef between Amokachi and Oliseh? I can see them avoiding each other strenuously in the clip.

I was in the team that went for this competittion....there was no beef between the two. Sunny came in from Italy for this particular match and left same night after the match.

There was a lot of shenanigans going.on the camp prior to the Japan game over money and we were about to boycott the Japan match which was the.first match.

I will post my diary of the tournament which i did for complete sports later.
But Oliseh ruffled a lot of peoples feather...we had been.having series of meetings where it appeared the NFA at the tine did not want to pay matxh bonus, sayibg that the team should share the winning fee of we win the cup..as of that was guaranteed. On top of that the body was trying to be funny with the World Cup money fron US94 which the team was yet to receive.

Oliseh breezed in on the day of match,i think he came the night before, but attended what was about the third meeting where the team had given.the board its terms and ultimatum. But when.Oliseh breezed in and was told what was going on...he retorted , everyone must be stupid to still be attending this meeting....he lambasted everyone for being mugus. I remember late Uche Okafor turned to me and said Bolaji, can you hear what that small boy just said.....rubbishing everything the team has tried to achieve through the meetings.

It was not a beef per se because the likes of Oliseh, Amo, JJ, Ikpeba were in the yoing yuppie group, they all tend to hang togethee. They were the new breed in europe who had solid contracts with massive earning power and could bow stand up to the likes of Keshi. There was a kibe between these two groups.

Amo was a quiet and kind of aloof person, most of the time he was with JJ, both were paired together as room mates. Oliseh stayed for about 24hrs in the camp and was gone to honor his club engagement.


Did you guys ever have words for Okocha for aiming for the sky when shooting? Player that impressed me in this tournament was Siasia. Was it the Argie game we lost on PKs? I remember Amunike and Okocha missing their penalties. One of my close friends Obi screamed (at his TV) at Amunike, "na your pikin dey for post"? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


It was against Mexico.

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Sir V wrote:
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oloye wrote:
DIMKA76 wrote:
Was there a beef between Amokachi and Oliseh? I can see them avoiding each other strenuously in the clip.

I was in the team that went for this competittion....there was no beef between the two. Sunny came in from Italy for this particular match and left same night after the match.

There was a lot of shenanigans going.on the camp prior to the Japan game over money and we were about to boycott the Japan match which was the.first match.

I will post my diary of the tournament which i did for complete sports later.
But Oliseh ruffled a lot of peoples feather...we had been.having series of meetings where it appeared the NFA at the tine did not want to pay matxh bonus, sayibg that the team should share the winning fee of we win the cup..as of that was guaranteed. On top of that the body was trying to be funny with the World Cup money fron US94 which the team was yet to receive.

Oliseh breezed in on the day of match,i think he came the night before, but attended what was about the third meeting where the team had given.the board its terms and ultimatum. But when.Oliseh breezed in and was told what was going on...he retorted , everyone must be stupid to still be attending this meeting....he lambasted everyone for being mugus. I remember late Uche Okafor turned to me and said Bolaji, can you hear what that small boy just said.....rubbishing everything the team has tried to achieve through the meetings.

It was not a beef per se because the likes of Oliseh, Amo, JJ, Ikpeba were in the yoing yuppie group, they all tend to hang togethee. They were the new breed in europe who had solid contracts with massive earning power and could bow stand up to the likes of Keshi. There was a kibe between these two groups.

Amo was a quiet and kind of aloof person, most of the time he was with JJ, both were paired together as room mates. Oliseh stayed for about 24hrs in the camp and was gone to honor his club engagement.


Did you guys ever have words for Okocha for aiming for the sky when shooting? Player that impressed me in this tournament was Siasia. Was it the Argie game we lost on PKs? I remember Amunike and Okocha missing their penalties. One of my close friends Obi screamed (at his TV) at Amunike, "na your pikin dey for post"? :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:


It was against Mexico.


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Back then, Naija was a world class team
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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Did you guys ever have words for Okocha for aiming for the sky when shooting?


Instead of asking Oloye serious questions .... like whether Okocha dribbled him during practice .... or whether Okocha is keenly aware of his height due to having measured it a few times during practice .... and even compassionate questions, like whether he is still in therapy to deal with what Okocha did to him in practice. :)

PS: So ... Oloye ... answer now. :)

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Back then, Naija was a world class team
Today, Naija is a useless team


Back then, it was only 13 years since Ghana's last major trophy.

How time flies. Like play, like play we are all 23 years older.

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The Eagle wrote:
Rawlings wrote:
Back then, Naija was a world class team
Today, Naija is a useless team


Back then, it was only 13 years since Ghana's last major trophy.

How time flies. Like play, like play we are all 23 years older.

Why bring a gun to a pen knife fight :tic:

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marko wrote:
Can remember that game against japan on eurosport, there was a move against japanese player, okocha killed some high ball with his 1st touch, i mean the way he brought that ball down, the japanese player was lost!

Okocha, easily Nigeria most gifted player ever! Nobody comes close



Okocha was good. I don't know about most gifted player ever. We did have Odegbami and Adokiye and etc.

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